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Social Media Reacts To Supreme Court's Judgement On 2020 #ElectionPetition

Some scores of social media users have taken to their handles to share their thoughts on the judgment made by the Supreme Court on the 2020 #ElectionPetition hearing.

In a series of tweets sighted by ThinkNews Online, some Twitter users congratulated the ruling government while others mocked the NDC and its 2020 Flagbearer.

Israel Laryea @TheIsraelLaryea tweeted "Supreme Court hearing #ElectionPetition challenging results of the 2020 Presidential Election, unanimously affirm Nana Akufo-Addo as having been validly elected as President of Ghana, having obtained more than 50% of the votes. The petition is dismissed as having no merit."

Saddick Adams @SaddickAdams tweeted "This is just one election and the Chief Justice has read for 2 hours non-stop re the #Electionpetition verdict. So if on the main #JudgementDay God decides to overlook your minor sins and read-only your major sins, how many days will it take us to wait for your verdict?"

Mr Prεssdεnt @Opresii said "Make them announce the judgement and stop the plenty English Masa.. toilet kraa de me. #Electionpetition"

Hon. Mahama Ayariga @BawkuMp added "Too much details, NDC won the case. #ElectionPetition"

Nana Ekua Phyllis @Tytus360 said "NPP supporters mood right now #ElectionPetition"

Ewe Ghal @EtornamAmpao said "Let me sleep small ....what can come can come. #Electionpetition or not we Meuve. weytin concern me #ElectionPetition2021"

LESLIE @io_leslie tweeted "Now that the chief justice and the supreme Court has dismissed the petition, will Mahama come back in 2024 or he'll death #Electionpetition"

LUCAS @iam____lucas added "John Mahama in the studio recording a diss song for the SC judges. #JudgementDay#ElectionPetition"

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Story by: Joshua Kwabena Smith


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